AI typography, virtual legs, and the latest on X

Plus, more tools are going enterprise, IG extends upload limits, Threads is (still) floundering, & more.

Anna Klawitter
5 min readSep 5


Here’s the quick and dirty rundown of everything in this week’s newsletter:

🖋 AI-generated typography with Ideogram

🦵 Meta introduces legs for avatars (finally?)

💼 OpenAI’s ChatGPT Enterprise (+ other AI integrations)

🧠 Fun fact about AI model collapse

📈 The X rundown — Lead capture, audio/video, DM reply updates

🎥 Instagram experiments with 10-min Reels

🖥 Desktop access for Threads is still very much miss

Read to the end for some saucy snippets and a healthy dose of internet culture this week.

[The AI Scoop]

🖋 AI-generated typography. Ideogram is letting you do what most AI image models have failed at: generative text on images. Founded by former Google Brain researchers, Ideogram launched last month with $16.5 million in seed funding. You can try it free here.

Image generated with Ideogram. Prompt: retro graffiti wall mural that says “the sauce”, aesthetic

🦵 Legs for days. Didn’t think we’d be talking about this again after last year’s Meta x legs fiasco, but here we are. Meta is officially rolling out legs for its Quest Home avatars (which previously only had torsos). The feature is available for beta users, who can only see their legs by looking in a mirror (in game, obv).

💼 AI services go mainstream (enterprise). OpenAI is launching ChatGPT Enterprise, an advanced version of its AI tool for corporate clients — just six weeks after its sugar daddy, Microsoft, rolled out its ChatGPT-based Bing Chat Enterprise product. You can bet there will be a lot more tools and solutions for big…



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